To continue from our charms collection from the last blogpost, we will be talking about something related - bracelets!
Plain Chain Bracelets
There are many kinds of bracelets, with one of the most basic ones being the plain chain kinds. These minimalistic bracelets are pretty enough be worn on their own, or you can style them up by adding a charm or two to wear together. (Do check out our previous blogpost about charms if you haven’t!) Bracelets fashioned from simple chains are an understated way to add elegance to any outfit for any occasion.
Simple Chain Bracelets
Apart from the plain chains, there are also simple chain bracelets that are very popular right now. These minimalistic bracelets can be worn solo, with a watch, or stacked with other bracelets. These simple chains are usually very thin and have one or a few small charms on them.
Dangling Charms Bracelets
Another type of bracelet commonly found is the dangling charms bracelets. These dangling charms can be fixed all (or halfway) around the bracelet or they can be interchangeable. Charm bracelets are liked by many because they have symbols in them that can reflect the interests and passions of the wearer.
Beaded bracelets are also one of the more popular bracelet styles, and not without a reason. Beaded bracelets are affordable and extremely versatile. A beaded bracelet can be worn with a casual or a formal outfit. The beads come in numerous different colors and materials. The most popular beads are natural gemstone beads, such as obsidian or amethyst stone beads. Natural gemstone is a quite heavy material and gives a beaded bracelet a luxurious and valuable feel. Beaded bracelets can also look great worn stacked, or paired with charms.
Bangle bracelets are hard, round bracelets that often fit quite loosely on a wrist. Bangle bracelets are not usually the best companion to other slimmer chain bracelets because of the size difference, but if you like a stacked look, go ahead and wear a couple of bangle bracelets at once.
Cuff bracelets are kind of like bangle bracelets, except with an open gap. One thing that cuff bracelets do better compared to bangle bracelets is that with open gap, the length can be adjusted for the perfect fit.
Last but not least (for this blogpost’s bracelet introduction), there are the leather bracelets. These bracelets, as the name suggests, are made from leather - real or synthetic. They come in various colours and designs, usually weaved, and are suitable for all genders. Like the plain chains, leather bracelets can also be customised and paired with a charm or two.